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Church Notices, Sunday 2 September 2012

Good morning church

Here are this week's notices.

HEARTFELT CONGRATULATIONS to Ps Stephen Chin and Lorene Fong on the birth of their first new born baby girl, Zara Elizabeth Chin on 31st August 2012.

1) Morning Friendship Walks on Thursday 6 September 2012, 7.30am. The meeting point will be at the entrance of Tasek Lama Recreational Park in Bandar Seri Begawan. Co-ordinator: Norma Jones

2) Open Meetings by an invited speaker.
    FRIDAY 7th September 2012 - 10am to noon
    SATURDAY 8th September 2012 - 2 - 3.30pm
    Venue: Church

Sunday 9th September 2012 from 2 to 6pm. 
Fun Day for families, adults and children, team building and friendly. You are encouraged to invite friends and family members to participate.

KOOL MINISTRY - KOOL MOVIE NIGHT (parent's night with children)
15th September 2012 - 7pm at the Parish Hall. Ticket - B$1 each 

CWR DEVOTIONAL GUIDE for the months of September & October 2012 are now available for collection at the library area.

CONDOLENCES We would like to express our deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences to:

DR WALLACE & FRAGRANCE SAW whose beloved mother/mother-in-law Mu Paw went home to be with the Lord on 28th August 2012.

Have a blessed filled weekend. Be refreshed and renewed.


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